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1. Virtual Office And What It Can Do For Attorneys
Solo attorneys are one of the most common types of clients to use virtual offices in New York City. But do you know why? Discover why so many lawyers are using virtual offices for their firm’s and see what you’re missing!
2. How to Create Testimonials that Bring in More Clients [Infographic]
Every potential client who visits your site wants to know “will this lawyer help me?” Successful testimonials can help to answer that question for them. Follow this infographic and its simple step-by-step instructions to create compelling testimonials that help convert potential clients.
3. Improve Your Follow-Up Strategy, Get More Clients [Infographic]
Who wouldn’t want to improve their chances of getting new clients by 391%? Follow the instructions within this infographic to learn how you can greatly improve your chances of converting leads into clients by changing the timing, frequency, and method you use for follow-up.
4. How to Get Referrals without the Benefit of Big Law
Referrals are the lifeblood of the modern law office. But as a solo lawyer, you might not have the same day-to-day interaction with possible referral sources like lawyers in larger firms. Follow this article to learn how being solo doesn’t mean you have to forgo the referral benefits that come with working in a big law firm.
5. I Followed My Passion and Started a Part-Time Law Firm
Every solo lawyer takes a different path towards self-employment. Some start their practice right out of law school, others might go solo after working in a larger law firm. Disability lawyer Michelle Morgan-Coole took a different route than most other solo lawyers. Listen to her story and learn how she followed her life’s passions and opened her own successful part-time law firm.
6. 7 Simple Habits Solo Lawyers Point to for Their Success
Successful solo lawyers put in countless hours of hard work, determination and have an incredible hunger to be the best. But in addition to all those things, most successful solo lawyers can point to several habits that have helped them along the way. Follow this article and benefit your practice by using the same simple habits as other solo lawyers.
7. Create The Perfect Workspace For Your Home Office
Once you decide to take the plunge and launch your law practice from home, the first step is to set up your workspace. Begin by considering where and how you work best. You’re the boss. Use this article to get great advice on how to design your home office workspace around your own strengths and weaknesses.
8. Top 5 Things I Learned While Building my Firm’s Website by Myself (for FREE)!
Paying someone to build and maintain a website for your firm can get very expensive very quickly. But if you can learn how to do it all yourself, you could potentially save your firm both time and money. Learn how New York lawyer Amanda Shaffer created a new website for her firm, with no prior experience and without having to spend a single dollar.
9. How a Newsletter is Helping One Lawyer to Keep his Firm Top of Mind [Interview]
For every lawyer, staying top of mind with all your referral sources is extremely important. One of the most effective ways to do this is by producing a newsletter. We interviewed New York employment and business litigator Richard Friedman to learn how he has established a successful newsletter for his small practice.
10. The Secret Recipe for LinkedIn Marketing [Infographic]
Millions of professionals are using LinkedIn to network and create business opportunities; however, we’ve noticed a shocking number of lawyers who are not taking full advantage of the platform. This is where the marketing experts at LinkedIn step in. They have put both their top tips into this well-designed infographic, so follow along and start to improve your LinkenIn marketing plan!